Here in the Puget Sound, we’re having a stormy winter. We’ve gotten about 6 inches of snow, and we’re remaining below freezing all day.
My school district has cancelled school for today, and many students believe that we will not have school tomorrow either, as many of the roads are covered in thick ice, and since the temperatures are remaining low, standing water from melted ice is just gonna freeze back up.
On a slightly related note, I have finished watching all of Stargate SG-1. This puts me at having watched over 81% of all Stargate (if movies are counted as two episodes)
I will be completely caught up by the time Stargate Universe Season 2.5 comes around, so then I will just wait like everyone else for new episodes.
This Friday, June 4th, there were reports of funnel clouds in Monroe. Yes, funnel clouds in Washington. Here are some pictures of such:
These images were provided by viewers of KIRO-TV.
This is a complete twist of the weather we had been seeing earlier this year. We’re in for a cold summer.
You heard me right. Beginning today at around 11:00am it began snowing. At first it was barely noticeable (except everyone at school went crazy.) Continue reading “Snow in… March?”
I, personally, am a boy scout. I went to scout camp a cuople couple weeks ago, and it was 108 degrees in the shade, and I wanted to die. Now that it’s cloudy, I don’t really have a reason to stay inside the air-conditioned house. Really wish there was better things to do….
The forecast for Western Washington says at least 4 days in the 90F range, and we could even be setting some records this week. The official all-time high for Seattle is 100 degrees F, and some weather forecasters predict that the temperature may be as high as 104 degrees F at Sea-Tac Int’l Airport, the official weather gauge location for the Seattle area.
Yesterday, I was driving home when I saw a few menacing clouds that looked like thunder clouds. They were towards the east, so I reasoned there might be some kind of thunderstorms there. Today, I haven’t seen a cloud in the sky. It’s 85 degrees in my house, 95 outside, and not many people here have air conditioning. At least I have a fan.
So for all of you feeling this heat, drink plenty of water and don’t move around too much unless you have to (writing at OKS blog is a great way to cool off!)
This post is a continuation of “Snow in Seattle 2008”.
Where I live, Renton, we do not get so much so; not the most snow, nor the least. But this year seemed different.
Continue reading “Too much snow!”